The Great Northern Conference (GNC) has announced its 2019-’20 girls basketball all-conference teams, including two players from Northland Pines.

Senior Teresa Kopanski and junior Lucy Lurvey received honorable mention.

Kopanski led the Eagles with 90 points in 11 GNC games, averaging 8.2 points per game. She also had 50 rebounds, 25 assists and 33 steals for the Eagles.

Lurvey scored 54 points in 10 conference games and contributed 34 rebounds, 13 assists and eight steals.

Players named to the first team included seniors Kenedy Van Zile and Cynthia Beavers, both of Rhine­lander; junior Marissa Fronk of Medford; and senior Abby Parris and freshman Julianna Ouim­ette, both of Lakeland. Van Zile, Beavers and Ouimette were unanimous first-team selections.

Players named to the second team included junior Greta Parsons of Antigo; senior Sierra Hanson of Medford; junior Rebecca Lawrence of Rhine­lander; and senior Paige Wicklund and sophomore Lexi Freiboth, both of Mosinee.

Other players receiving honorable mention included junior Alonna Weix, and seniors Lily Nicholson, Lily Nagel and McKenzie Schroep­fer, all of Antigo; junior Amaya White and senior Vivian Trap, both of Lakeland; senior Brynn Rau and sophomore Rynn Ruesch, both of Medford; sophomores Jenna Placek, Kate Fitzgerald and Claire Selenske, all of Mosinee; and junior Megan Brown of Rhinelander.

Van Zile and Beavers, both of Rhinelander, were named co-Players of the Year. Van Zile led the GNC in scoring with 255 points, good for 21.3 per game. She also was first in 3-pointers with 31 and third in steals with 55. 

Beavers, who transferred to Rhinelander from Three Lakes, was third in the conference with 214 points, an average of 17.8 points a game. She also was second in the GNC with 91 rebounds and second in steals at 58.

Rhinelander coach Ryan Clark, a former Northland Pines boys basketball coach, was named GNC Coach of the Year.

The Hodags won the GNC with a 12-0 record, followed by Lakeland at 9-3, Mosinee at 8-4, Medford at 7-5, Antigo and Northland Pines both at 3-9 and Tomahawk at 0-12.